Roseburg POW Bitter 1a

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Roseburg POW Bitter 1a - set on the the the How-land, Can- they told him...
set on the the the How-land, Can- they told him he was to be sent home. ' Pfc. Paul E. Clements. 24. In dianapolis, said on several occasions occasions prisoners of war were made to stand for hours in the camp where he was held. The POWs, Clements said, were told that only those who signed peace petitions and similar Communist papers would be permitted to leave. Clements Clements said he knew of no signers signers in his, camp and that as far as be heard, none of those who signed received any better treat ment. Col. William R. Hinke. 22. Clintonville, W. Va., ended his interview with a brief voluntary statement: , , "I'd like to make one . thing perfectly clear I am not a Com munist or Red." DEPOSITS REPORTED 13 the an the Baker

Clipped from The News-Review04 May 1953, MonPage 2

The News-Review (Roseburg, Oregon)04 May 1953, MonPage 2
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